Saskatchewan Party leader Scott Moe and NDP leader Ryan Meili have done all they can do.
On Sunday, both men wrapped up their campaign for the provincial election which goes Monday.
Moe spent the final day in his home riding of Shellbrook.
“Over the past four weeks, we have put forward Our Plan for a Strong Saskatchewan,” Moe said in a release. “It’s a plan for a strong recovery that make life more affordable for everyone. It’s a plan for a strong economy, strong communities and strong families. It’s a plan for a growing Saskatchewan. And it’s a plan for a balanced budget by 2024.”
Meili also had a closing message as he made some stops in Saskatoon, Prince Albert and Batoche.
“Since this campaign began, we have been focused on people: their stories, their needs and their hopes for a better future right here in Saskatchewan,” said Meili in a statement. “We can feel the momentum building. People don’t trust Scott Moe to make the investments we need now to protect healthcare and education during a pandemic. It’s time for a change.”
The polls open at 9 AM Monday morning and close at 8 with the Saskatchewan Party looking to retain power for a 4th straight term.